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HabbaTheJutt

DMM World Hopping

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Is there a way to blacklist dmm worlds? My accounts are going to get banned from this. They login in to dmm worlds when I'm not at the computer and then they sit there and do something stupid then take a break then log back in and start doing it again. How do I blacklist dmm worlds? 

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11 minutes ago, Liam. said:

Your script has control of this.

I'm aware, but it should be part of the anti-ban compliance. 

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Just now, HabbaTheJutt said:

I'm aware, but it should be part of the anti-ban compliance. 

... If you are aware why are you asking for help on such matter?

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2 minutes ago, Liam. said:

... If you are aware why are you asking for help on such matter?

Idk. Maybe someone knows a way to remedy this with a workaround? Seems like a lot of people probably have this problem. 

I was just saying I'm aware that it's script side and not client side. 

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10 hours ago, HabbaTheJutt said:

I'm aware, but it should be part of the anti-ban compliance. 

 

Your best option is to report it to the Scripter in his appropriate script thread, not to the Developers.

 

Best regards

UKF

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Just now, UKF_HHA said:

 

Your best option is to report it to the Scripter in his appropriate script thread, not to the Developers.

 

Best regards

UKF

I have yet to use a script that has this option and I use all premium scripts, so I think it's pretty much a universal problem. It could be fixed by either side though. Just saying. 

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7 minutes ago, HabbaTheJutt said:

I have yet to use a script that has this option and I use all premium scripts, so I think it's pretty much a universal problem. It could be fixed by either side though. Just saying. 

It's not an option, Scripters have to manually update the world list, report this bug to them.

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2 minutes ago, Liam. said:

It's not an option, Scripters have to manually update the world list, report this bug to them.

I'm saying you can force a script to interact with the client in a certain way. That's how all of the antiban functions built in to tribot do. I will report it to them as well though. 

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26 minutes ago, HabbaTheJutt said:

I'm saying you can force a script to interact with the client in a certain way. That's how all of the antiban functions built in to tribot do. I will report it to them as well though. 

Then suggest it in the appropriate section. TRiBot already has a feature like this but it is not currently upkept, therefore scripters need to keep tabs independently on worlds.

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4 hours ago, HabbaTheJutt said:

Is there a way to blacklist dmm worlds? My accounts are going to get banned from this. They login in to dmm worlds when I'm not at the computer and then they sit there and do something stupid then take a break then log back in and start doing it again. How do I blacklist dmm worlds? 

For example, I had the same issue with the dmms worlds as well, instead of making a post about it I just used common knowledge of it being part of the script and contacted @Liam. on the appropriate script thread. Got a response shortly after!

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